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Values, feelings, job satisfaction and well-being: the Turkish case

Yahyagil, M.Y.

Article | 2015 | Management Decision53 ( 10 ) , pp.2268 - 2286

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationships between universal individual value priorities, feelings and global job satisfaction as well as satisfaction with life in Turkish context. The sub-research question is to learn the moderation effect of job satisfaction on the relationship between values, experienced feelings and life satisfaction. Design/methodology/approach – Analytical type of research design was used, and the data were obtained from 390 respondents who are the employees of different organizations in three cities in Turkey. Four measurement devices (Schwartz’s ten-item Portrait Values Questionnaire . . . (PVQ), Brayfield-Rothe’s overall job satisfaction (OJS), and Diener’s Scale of positive and negative experience (SPANE) and satisfaction with life scale (SWLS)) were employed. Findings – It was understood that the participants are slightly to moderately satisfied both with their job tasks and with the evaluation of global satisfaction of their own lives. The values of self-direction, achievement, hedonism and conformity are positively and strongly linked to job satisfaction and overall satisfaction of life. The moderating effect of job satisfaction is partially confirmed. It was also understood that the priorities of Turkish citizens imply self-centered satisfaction and independency, but not risk taking. Positive affect does influence the magnitude of the association between job satisfaction and life satisfaction. Originality/value – This paper is able to demonstrate the nature of associations between value orientations, experienced feelings, job satisfaction and global life satisfaction in a collectivist culture. The contradictions between value priorities of Turkish citizens and the people of Western countries would be likely interesting for academicians and researchers. © 2015, Emerald Group Publishing Limited Daha fazlası Daha az

Scenarios of nanotechnology development and usage in Turkey

Karaca, F. | Öner, M.A.

Article | 2015 | Technological Forecasting and Social Change91 , pp.327 - 340

Turkey-Iran relations during Ahmadinejad presidency (2005-2013)

Kamaci, Y.

Book Part | 2015 | Turkish Foreign Policy in the New Millennium , pp.113 - 128

Middle East is the most noteworthy region in the world and the rivalry for the leadership of the region is probably the most complicated one. Turkey and Iran, as two potential leaders, are significant neighbor states not only for the region, but also for the rest of the world. And their relation stands on a long history which witnessed conjunctural zigzags and strategical decisions. On the other hand, presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appeared as one of the turning points throughout the history. Especially sectarian policies between Ahmadinejad and Erdogan governments constructed feeling of insecurity toward each other. In this resp . . .ect, this article attempts to examine the main determinants of Turkey-Iran relations in this period and to explain international impacts accompanied by historical linkages. © Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften Frankfurt am Main 2015. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Evaluation of Sexual Dysfunction in Males with Diabetes

Yıldız, H. | Bölüktaş, R.P.

Article | 2015 | Sexuality and Disability33 ( 2 ) , pp.187 - 205

This study was conducted in order to determine the prevalence of sexual dysfunction and factors affecting sexual dysfunction (SD) in male patients with diabetes. Diabetes is a public health problem. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is seen in nearly half of all males who have had diabetes for more than 10 years. Erectile dysfunction, metabolic and psychological factors are involved in the emergence. A descriptive was conducted and questionnaire was used in this study. Data was gathered via general knowledge form which consists of socio-demographic characteristics and risk factors, International Index of Erectile Function, Quality of Life S . . .cale (SF-36), Beck Depression Inventory, Coopersmith Self-Esteem Scale, and Body Image Scale. SD was determined in 48 % of our cases. The most affected domain among the cases was erectile function (33.1 %) and intercourse satisfaction (29.1 %), and the least affected domain was sexual desire (6.3 %). Most of the male cases with ED had mild and moderate ED (42.6 %). Factors affecting SD’s included age, education level, obesity, hypertension, retinopathy, vasculopathy, nephropathy, diabetic foot, HBA1C and LDL levels, diabetes duration, drugs used. All quality of life subgroups scores were lower in male patients with SD than patients without SD except for pain. Depression and body image scores were lower in male patients with SD. SD’s are affected by both metabolic and psychosocial factors. Sexual dysfunction in men with diabetes should be routinely evaluated. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media New York Daha fazlası Daha az

Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for Country of origin labeled product in Istanbul

Zulug, A. | Miran, B. | Tsakiridou, E.

Article | 2015 | Agricultural Economics Review16 ( 2 ) , pp.5 - 14

Consumers' interest in locally produced foods is growing over the last years. Thus, studying consumers' preferences for local foods and understanding the underlying causes of this demand increase and willingness to buy local food products could be conducive to further development of local food markets. Country-of-origin labeling (COOL) is being implemented in different forms and degrees in Turkey and other countries across the world. In this study we focused on two different COOL food products from Turkey, namely Ayvalik olive oil and Ezine cheese. A survey was undertaken in the area of Istanbul aimed at studying consumer preference . . .s for those products compared to their conventional counterparts. The willingness to pay equation has been specified as a two-step decision process, taking into account the results obtained from the two consecutive questions, willingness to pay a premium and how much consumers are willing to pay. If the decision will be consuming COOL product, different demand models (Heckmann models) were estimated. For these products, for that purpose, different price sets were defined to the consumers to evaluate how much they will pay extra. In conclusion we found out that, consumers are aware of those products and willing to pay a price premium. For Ayvalik Olive oil they are willing to pay 82 percentages more than conventional alternatives. For Ezine Cheese they are willing to pay a premium almost 4 times up to conventional cheese products Daha fazlası Daha az

Verbal sexual harrassment: A hidden problem for Turkish adolescent girls

Işik, I.-I. | Kulakaç, O.

Article | 2015 | Asian Journal of Women's Studies21 ( 4 ) , pp.431 - 449

This study is a descriptive one that seeks to determine how adolescent girls cope with verbal sexual abuse in Turkey. The study sample comprised 500 female secondary school students who agreed to participate in the investigation. Data was obtained via a questionnaire that focused on the background of the respondents, the kinds of verbal sexual abuse they had faced, how they felt afterwards, if they had sought to take any action, what coping strategies they adopted, how they explained the abuse and so on. All of them felt that the sexual abuse was abnormal. After the abuse most of the female students did not seek any kind of help and . . . felt that it cannot be stopped. The respondents have had to make some changes in their life styles and restrict their lives to some extent in order to protect themselves from verbal sexual abuse. Some suggestions are made to address the issue and for improving the situation and viewing verbal sexual abuse as an important social and health problem in different educational and health institutions, the family and society. © 2015 Asian Center for Women's Studies, Ewha Womans University Daha fazlası Daha az

Cutaneous melanoma in Turkey: Analysis of 1157 patients in the Melanoma Turkish Study

Abali, H. | Celik, I. | Karaca, B. | Turna, H. | Saglam, E.K. | Akman, T. | Elkiran, T.

Article | 2015 | Journal of B.U.ON.20 ( 4 ) , pp.1137 - 1141

Purpose: To develop a large Turkish National Melanoma registry in order to define demographic and clinicopathologic characteristics of patients with melanoma. Methods: The data was collected from 1635 patients with melanoma through a web-based registry system in 22 centers. Herein we present the results of 1157 patients with cutaneous melanoma. Results: The patient median age was 56.4 years and 646 (55.8%) were males. The commonest subtype was superficial spreading type (357, 30.9%). The commonest primary site was the lower extremities (N=353, 30.5%). The most common Breslow thickness was 1-2 mm (361 patients, 43.5%). Only 104 (12.5 . . .%) patients had a thickness Daha fazlası Daha az

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